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Mon, 8 Dec 2003 16:47:49 -0800 (PST)
To The Illustrious Mr. Baehr:
I understand and appreciate your concern...
but what are we talking about here???
How more cross-platform can you get?
Let Renaissance volunteers create their editor....
Hand the code over to the Gorm volunteers so they can
quickly add the capability to produce Renaissance/XML
NeXT (pun intended) thing you know, Apple developers
are going to want Renaissance output for
Cocoa/Interface Builder--because it's EASIER and MORE
Then the Gnome/KDE folks are going to want Renaissance
integrated with their tools (Glade, etc.).
I mean, let's face it: every hour someone's coming up
with a new application of the XML technology BECAUSE
XML SOLVES PROBLEMS.
<at this point XML pundit takes applause and runs
offstage before tomatoes are thrown>
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> Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 09:50:10 -0800
> From: Michael Baehr <address@hidden>
> Subject: Re: Renaissance
> To: Calvin Mitchell <address@hidden>
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> Frankly, I think this would be a terrible idea. Let
> me explain why:
> One of the primary purposes of Renaissance is to
> allow easy
> cross-platform development on both OS X and GNUstep.
> Making the
> primary interface builder be a GNUstep one (Gorm)
> woud thus force
> anyone developing for Renaissance on OS X to either:
> 1. Go through the laborious process of installing
> GNUstep (if that's
> even possible) or do it on another PC with
> 2. Hand-code the interface in GSMarkup
> Thus leaving them at a remarkable disadvantage,
> similar to how GNUstep
> developers would be disadvantaged if only Interface
> Builder were to
> output GSMarkup files The interface editor for
> Renaissance should be
> as cross-platform as Renaissance itself and should,
> imho, be written in
Calvin L. Mitchell
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